what is good software to log keystrokes on my computer?

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by admyc, Aug 26, 2006.

  1. This only applies to material objects. Digital copies have nothing to do
    with deprive. The lawmakers have deliberately differed between deprive and
    copyright infringement.
    Something as short as a password hardly is a literary work of sufficient
    novelty and quality.
     
    Sebastian Gottschalk, Aug 31, 2006
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    Rick Merrill Guest

    What about stealing a copy of a DVD?!
     
    Rick Merrill, Aug 31, 2006
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    admyc Guest

    Nope!

    You own the copyright (that is why an author of a book say can't come
    round to your house, find a copy of his book that you have and take it,
    he doesn't own it he owns its copyright) Also for something to be
    copyrighted it needs to be both original and have a degree of artistic
    merit.
     
    admyc, Sep 2, 2006
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    admyc Guest

    What about it?
     
    admyc, Sep 2, 2006
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    admyc Guest

    Thanks for your reply.

    I have MSIE6 running on Windows. Does this webbrowser allow me to store
    entred data and therefore passwords entred into Hotmail like you
    suggest and if so how do I go about this?

    If not how would I go about
    "intercepting the login communication while accepting the changed
    certificate?"
    and could you explain what that means?

    Ta
     
    admyc, Sep 2, 2006
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  6. Dunno, I'm not misusing MSIE as a webbrowser, and you shouldn't do so
    either.
    Man-in-the-middle attack on SSL. Now that you've the authority over the
    client, you can install and add trust for the certificate of the man in the
    middle.
     
    Sebastian Gottschalk, Sep 2, 2006
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  7. No, the reason an author can't come to your house and take your book is
    because you've paid for it or otherwise legally obtained it. IOW,
    someone paid for it.

    If you steal a book, or make your own copy, the author can certainly
    send someone to your house and take it. Those people are called police.
    It's their job to confiscate stolen property.

    Any other arguments you need dashed against a rock today?
    That's just ridiculous.

    Feel free to cite some "artistic merrit" requirement in copyright law.

    Take your time, we'll wait. <laugh>
     
    Borked Pseudo Mailed, Sep 2, 2006
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    TwistyCreek Guest

    Laugh indeed!

    This is doubly humorous because retains a copyright
    over the very post in which he spouts his artistic merit nonsense even
    though that bit of literary abomination lacks anything that could
    *possibly* be interpreted as artistry or merit. e
     
    TwistyCreek, Sep 2, 2006
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    Jim Watt Guest

    what the current law here says copyright exists on :

    (a) Original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works;
    (b) Sound recordings, films, or broadcasts and
    (c) the typographical arangement of published editions

    Interestingly enough the section on computer programs
    specifically excludes any licence terms which prohibit
    making backup copies and decompiling programs to determine
    how they work.

    It also says that any states who do not recognise our
    copyright do not have any protection here in respect
    of theirs.

    This is the 2004 edition based on the latest EU directive.
     
    Jim Watt, Sep 2, 2006
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    thats's kinda nice: www_protemac_com/keybag/
     
    zxzasa, Jan 20, 2011
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